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Horner praises Leclerc: 'Racing hard and fair'.

Charles Leclerc has had a first half of the season with highs and lows. The Ferrari driver is now 80 points behind Max Verstappen of Red Bull Racing, and seems to be able to forget about the world title. But he does have a new fan: Christian Horner. Article continues under ad The Red Bull team boss tells Racer He is impressed with the Monegasque. In particular he praises Leclerc's racing style: hard, but fair. Horner points out that there were no accidents in the first half of the season between Leclerc and Verstappen. That was different last year between Verstappen and Lewis Hamilton. Read more Analysis | Pole king Leclerc does not exploit lead on Verstappen Battle of the arms Despite...
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